After lifting a fingerprint Smith's auto identified a suspect, police were able to recover some of the property from the suspect's residence, and the rest from a family member of the suspect - all but the iPad.
According to the Athens Banner-Herald, Athens-Clarke County police used fingerprints on Smith's new BMW X5 to identify the suspect, a teenager who admitted to the theft.
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Almost all of the stolen items were located expect for a Chicago Bears jersey and team playbook.
Police are obtaining a warrant for the suspect they believe robbed several items belonging to former UGA and current National Football League star Roquan Smith.
"I would personally like to thank everyone for their kind words and prayers as the Athens-Clarke County police department worked very hard to identify the individual responsible for this", Smith said in the video. "It was definitely huge".
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"I would also like to thank many of you who spread the information over various social media outlets".
The team told NFL.com in a statement that the secure, password-protected iPad was immediately wiped, and there was "no compromise" of any Bears info.
That is all a prelude to explain that I, too, was sloppy and unreliable when writing this about his new vehicle:Listen, rook, you can't lose your playbook. Rodriguez says authorities expect to obtain arrest warrants soon and charges will be filed in the case. The teen reportedly attends the University of Georgia.
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